Appetizers and Snacks, Dessert, Recipe
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Frozen Yogurt Bark

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Late summer fruit is filling my fridge and I’m indulging in it as much as possible to prepare myself for the end of this season. Blackberries can be found in my backyard (though I was a bit of a slowpoke this year and my dogs and chickens beat me to most of them), cantaloupe from gardens nearby, and peaches and nectarines are cheap and plentiful.

In a perfect world, I would use this Yogurt Bark to preserve the taste of summer, except I can’t count on it lasting long because it’s addictive and accessible. Like the Peanut Butter Banana Bites, it is incredibly easy to make, so feel free to invite a little kitchen helper to put together and enjoy these treats with you. The flavor combinations are endless, but here are a few seasonal suggestions to start with:

strawberry peach bark

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Coconut, Nectarine, and Blackberry

1 cup coconut greek yogurt (or add shredded coconut to vanilla greek yogurt)
1/2 cup chopped nectarine
A handful of blackberries halved

Strawberry, Peach, and Pistachio

1 cup vanilla greek yogurt
1/2 cup chopped peach
1/2 cup chopped strawberries
A handful of pistachios, shelled and finely chopped

Peach, Cantaloupe, and Honey

1 cup honey greek yogurt
1/2 cup chopped peach
1/2 cup chopped cantaloupe

Line baking sheet with parchment paper and spread yogurt evenly approximately 1/2” thick.
Top with fruit and freeze for 1 hour or until hard.
Remove from paper and chop or break apart into smaller pieces. Enjoy immediately or store frozen in airtight container.
Yogurt Bark

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